TULSA – The University of Tulsa has named its new president.
The university’s board of trustees announced Dr. Gerard Clancy as the next president delegate. Clancy, 54, was previously the vice president of health affairs and dean of the new Oxley College of Health Sciences.
In a statement, the university says Clancy is scheduled to take over as university president on Jan. 1, 2017.
"As one of the Chamber's most active and engaged past chairmen, Dr. Gerry Clancy is the epitome of leadership and we congratulate him on being named the next president of the University of Tulsa. For more than a decade, Dr. Clancy has acted as a visionary for the Chamber and the Tulsa region as a whole through his many volunteer roles, and we're confident he'll continue that work as president of the University of Tulsa,” said Mike Neal, president and CEO of Tulsa Regional Chamber.